Since 1 August 2012, foreign graduates with a German or other recognised university degree or a foreign degree comparable to a German degree will be eligible to enter Germany to seek employment. Holders of a jobseeker’s visa may stay in Germany for up to six months to seek employment whilst in the country. To obtain … Read moreGermany: Jobseeker’s visa
It is unlikely that your professional qualification will be familiar to every German company. That means that the company will read the name of the qualification in your application and still not know whether you are sufficiently qualified for the job. So here’s our tip: have your qualification recognised. Must I have my qualification recognised? … Read moreRecognition Of Qualifications
You have applied for a job in Germany and been accepted. Congratulations! Nothing now stands between you and a career in Germany. All that is left to do now is to sign the job contract. Before you do, here are a few things you should look out for. Read the contract thoroughly It is most … Read moreWORK CONTRACT: What you should know
Do I need a visa to work in Germany? And what conditions apply to me? This is the first question many people ask themselves. In a nutshell, the rules depend on which country you come from and what qualifications you have. Here, we explain the main aspects Citizens of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and … Read moreGermany Visa
Searching Job in Germany
Are you already in Germany? In that case, you have other ways of looking for a job besides over the Internet:
Newspapers: Look through the pages of German newspapers. Many of them publish job vacancies in their weekend issues. Maybe there’s something there for you.